Bed Bath & Beyond confirmed on Monday it plans to close all of its Harmon beauty product stores, along with 87 more of its flagship stores. The latest round of closures are in addition to plans announced last summer to close about 150 underperforming Bed Bath & Beyond locations.
The company’s financial issues are also starting to show up on the shelves. In a recent visit to a New York City area store, Telsey Advisory Group analysts said in a Tuesday industry update note that “Bed Bath & Beyond stood out for the lack of inventory, particularly in the front of the store, kitchen and seasonal areas.”
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